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Grouse Mountain

During June to September, Grouse Grind, a 4km trail is open to the population. In the other months, it is closed for safety, as snow can make it difficult to see location signs, and anyone with experience can easily get lost.
It is considered a difficult level, with elevation of 853 meters and can take between 1 and a half to two hours. Do not panic! If you like challenges, meet new people and enjoy a beautiful landscape, this trail is for you.
Now, if you're not interested in hiking, but still want to take a look at the wonderful view of Grouse Mountain, you can go up and down by gondola, no problem.
Grouse Grind is not the only attraction. Among them you can also play golf, mountain biking, shopping, enjoy performances, visit bears in their habitat, zipline and enjoy a great meal at the restaurant.
During winter, snowboarding, skiing, snow shoes, sledding are some of the great options for fun.

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Stanley Park

Vancouver has countless parks in many different regions, but the largest is known as Stanley Park. With an area of ​​approximately 400 hectares it was even recognized, 10% larger than New York's Central Park. It is certainly one of Vancouver's most visited tourist spots.
According to a survey conducted by TripAdvisor in 2016, Stanley Park was considered the best in the world. The reason? Various attractions, bike rides (which you can rent from one of the nearby shops), picnics, Seawall and festival headquarters during the summer.
It also has 22 historic monuments, tennis courts, golf, cricket and volleyball, some eating options like cafes and restaurants, beaches and a great view to enjoy.

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Capilano Suspension Bridge

Located in the north of Stanley Park, the Capilano Suspension Bridge and a suspension bridge that crosses the Capilano River. The bridge is 140m away and is 70m above the river.
A bridge was built by the Scottish civil engineer in 1889, and over the years improvements and partnerships were made. A bridge was completely rebuilt in 1956. In 1983, it was sold by current owner Nancy Stibbard.
The bridge has appeared on several TV shows such as MacGyver, Sliders, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, Psych, among others